"A life cycle analysis of the carbon footprint of camelina-based biojet fuel concludes that the renewable fuel reduces carbon dioxide emissions by 75% compared to traditional petroleum-based jet fuel, according to a peer-reviewed paper published in Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy ."
Our goal is to build a strong foundation for a sustainable camelina industry. That means making sure growers have information and support from the planting decision to harvesting the crop. That’s why we’ve built a network of leading retailers across Montana to serve growers. We’ve asked a few of them to provide their thoughts on camelina’s potential and how growers can maximize productivity with the new crop.